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Poster: LAJ Date: May 3, 2007 9:43pm
Forum: netlabels Subject: Favorite Netlabels: Early AUTOPLATE - Experimental Sandbox of Sounds (Mix)

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http://www.archive.org/details/Early_AUTOPLATE_Experimental_Sandbox

When compared with recent AUTOPLATE releases which have taken a more minimal and melodious path, early AUTOPLATE was an experimental sandbox of sorts. An artist who was experimenting with new sounds and new ideas/methods of creating electronic music and whose work couldn’t quite find a niche in one of the more standard netlabels at the time was just what AUTOPLATE was looking for. In this mix you’ll find a less focused more untried AUTOPLATE in which 833-45 (K. M. Krebs) found a home for his unique rendering of ambient noise or in which Danny Kreutzfeldt, Sable, and Dighom create some deep drones or Andrey Kiritchenko experiments with glitch and rhythms or Taavi Tulev and Gultskra Artikler present their own versions experimental strangeness, and you’ll also find the beginnings of those more minimal, harmonious sounds in the work of Konrad Bayer and Tlon. So this is AUTOPLATE the way its was, taking a chance and providing a platform for new artists to showcase their innovative experimental sounds and techniques. LAJ


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Poster: zeromoon Date: May 4, 2007 6:49pm
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: Favorite Netlabels: Early AUTOPLATE - Experimental Sandbox of Sounds (Mix)

Thanks Larry, for picking some oldies yet goodies.

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Poster: Startling Moniker Date: May 3, 2007 11:49pm
Forum: netlabels Subject: Re: Favorite Netlabels: Early AUTOPLATE - Experimental Sandbox of Sounds (Mix)

That's very much like what I am trying to do with NAKED ARRIVAL. Personally, I'm very interested in recordings that are not as simple as a pure field recording, but also are not a finished, full musical work. I'm looking for more things that are highly experimental, first-generation, etc. I'm doing extremely limited (think: one!) physical releases of these, and following them up with a netlabel release on the Archive. Get in touch if you have something to submit or recommend! --DaveX